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Equality Health Named Business of the Year by the Greater Phoenix Chamber

Equality Health Named Business of the Year by the Greater Phoenix Chamber

Equality Health Named Business of the Year by the Greater Phoenix Chamber Cultural healthcare company wins award in the small-to-medium business category Close on the heels of winning the Greater Phoenix Chamber’s Impact Innovator award, Equality Health, the Arizona-based organization pioneering healthcare delivery

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5 Traditional Latino Health Treatments

5 Traditional Latino Health Treatments

5 Traditional Latino Health Treatments Latino.com’s Nichole Fratangelo tells us about 5 traditional Latino health treatments we should all try. – “There’s a reason why abuela’s home remedies work the best: She took a hint from her ancestors and their traditional health

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Francia Raisa Talks About Being Selena’s Organ Donor

Francia Raisa Talks About Being Selena’s Organ Donor

Francia Raisa Talks About Being Selena’s Organ Donor Yara Palin of Latina.com reports on Francia Raisa talking about being the kidney donor for he best friend Selena Gomez. – After Selena Gomez revealed that she had undergone a kidney transplant during

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ICE Grants Stay For AZ Father of Sick Child

ICE Grants Stay For AZ Father of Sick Child

ICE Grants Stay For AZ Father of Sick Child Sarah Ruiz-Grossman of HuffPost reports on Arizona father Jesus Armando Berrones-Baldera being granted a one-year humanitarian delay of his deportation to care for his sick 5 year-old son. – “Immigration and Customs Enforcement

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Detained Pregnant Teen Can Get Abortion, Appeals Court Rules

Detained Pregnant Teen Can Get Abortion, Appeals Court Rules

Detained Pregnant Teen Can Get Abortion, Appeals Court Rules by Pete Williams  A federal appeals court in Washington ruled Tuesday that a 17-year-old who came to the U.S. illegally and has been held in detention must be allowed to get

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Doctors Fear A Potentially Deadly Disease Outbreak In Puerto Rico

Doctors Fear A Potentially Deadly Disease Outbreak In Puerto Rico

Doctors Fear A Potentially Deadly Disease Outbreak In Puerto Rico By Carolina Moreno Christian Romero sat in near darkness in the stairwell of his apartment building. The glare from his phone illuminated his face, as he swiped through photos of

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Gina Rodriguez & Her Salsa Moves on The Ellen DeGeneres Show

Gina Rodriguez & Her Salsa Moves on The Ellen DeGeneres Show

Gina Rodriguez & Her Salsa Moves on The Ellen DeGeneres Show The Jane the Virgin star visited the set of the Ellen DeGeneres show this week to speak about the new season of her show to a producer, and offer ways to

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8 Quotes We’ve All Heard From Our Abuelas

8 Quotes We’ve All Heard From Our Abuelas

8 Quotes We’ve All Heard From Our Abuelas by Ivana Pino Abuelas hold a special place in every Latina’s heart. From the amazing sopitas and candies they always have set aside just for you, to the sassy remarks they’ve got

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Sofía Vergara Shares Super Empowering Mammogram Selfie

Sofía Vergara Shares Super Empowering Mammogram Selfie

Sofía Vergara Shares Super Empowering Mammogram Selfie Sofia Vergara is no stranger to supporting cancer relief efforts. The 45-year old actress who survived thyroid cancer at 28 has been outspoken about her own struggles with the disease and participated in a

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How to Donate & Support Mexico from the Earthquakes Devastation

How to Donate & Support Mexico from the Earthquakes Devastation

How to Donate & Support Mexico from the Earthquakes Devastation The powerful earthquake that struck Mexico on Tuesday has killed more than 200 people, so far and unfortunately, more deaths are expected. Buildings collapsed across Mexico City, including a school where at

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